Genies Are Real! Author Taps Middle Eastern Belief in Jinn for Supernatural Thriller

A Genie in the House of Saud: Zubis Rises is a new supernatural thriller that presents the modern world as one in which genies are real. Author K.F. Zuzulo worked for the Saudi embassy before creating this work of captivating fiction.
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* Genie
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* Islam
* Controversy
* Judeo-christian
* Supernatural Thriller
* Novel

* Newtown - Pennsylvania - US

Feb. 13, 2008 - PRLog -- Author K. F. Zuzulo presents the modern world as one in which genies actually exist and pose an imminent threat to the hierarchy of man.  In her new novel, A Genie in the House of Saud: Zubis Rises, Zuzulo presents a controversial topic to Western readers.  That is, that genies really do exist.  Genies, or djinn, are called out in the Koran as real and substantial.  In this supernatural thriller, Zubis is an ancient djinni who has waited 3,000 years to be unleashed.  One wish remains before his vengeance is complete.  His capabilities are based upon research into Muslim scholarship on the interpretation of djinn.

A Western audience recognizes genies primarily as cartoonish depictions of distant superstitions.  But the djinn remain very much an intimidating icon in many Muslim countries.  Their power lay in their mystery.  This novel, the first in a trilogy, plumbs the perception of djinn as entities of God's creation who have decided to come forth in awareness.  The concept of djinn is no more foreign to Islam than that of angels to a Judeo-Christian comprehension.  The Bible states that man was made from the earth and angels from light.  The Koran states that man was made from clay; angels from celestial light; and the djinn from the smokeless fire.  Except for the omission of the djinn, the differences are indistinguishable.

In the novel, A Genie in the House of Saud: Zubis Rises, Zubis is a djinn whose time has come.  He represents a belief system that has similarly expanded into a Western comprehension.

A synopsis and background of the novel is available at

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About Mystical Publishing: Mystical Publishing is an independent, electronic publisher of supernatural fiction.  The first entry to their ambitious list is "A Genie in the House of Saud: Zubis Rises."  This novel poses the enigmatic character of Zubis, a djinni of ancient power, against the desires and prejudices of a modern American woman, Bethany O'Brien.  She must confront the djinn or submit to their supremacy.

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